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Susan Lindauer was a U.S. Asset and one of the very first non-Arab Americans indicted on the Patriot Act, accused of acting as an "Iraqi Agent" for opposing the War. She was imprisoned on Carswell Air Force Base for a year without a trial, while the U.S. government reinvented Pre-War Intelligence and the success of anti-terrorism policy, which had been the focus of her work.
Patriot Act- Free Speech Criminalized
On the 10 year anniversary of the start of the war, it's worth examining the truth about pre-war intelligence that President Bush fought so viciously to hide. A U.S. asset covering Iraq at the U.N discusses a peace option hammered out in covert, back channel talks two years before the war. She was arrested under the Patriot Act and imprisoned on a military base when the Bush cabal decided to hide the truth.
Tuesday, January 3, 2012(4 comments)
Iraq: The Legacy of Deception and Its Costs
Most Americans are shocked to discover that War in Iraq was entirely avoidable. Every objective had been addressed in a comprehensive peace framework that Republican leaders were determined to hide from the public. Here's why.
Emperor George and the Lost War In Iraq
This "grim" fairy tale spoofs the disastrous Republican decision to invade Iraq, and the vicious brutality to suppress the truth of options to the War and how 9/11 was manipulated as a pretext for the invasion. Like all good fairy tales, it's scary and sheds new light on the truth behind the war.
Monday, July 11, 2011(35 comments)
HOW OBAMA GOT IT (ALL) WRONG ON LIBYA And How to Fix It
The War in Libya is the direct result of a massive intelligence failure, caused by former President Bush's policy of driving out Assets who criticized his War policy in Iraq. Obama is paying the price. And so will America's middle class taxpayers who have to finance the Libyan War, unless Obama gets good intelligence fast.
Sunday, June 26, 2011(114 comments)
THE UGLY TRUTH: VIDEO OF LIBYAN REBEL BEHEADING GADHAFFI SOLDIER And Other NATO War Crimes
NATO has been pumping propaganda out of Libya to justify its "humanitarian war" against the government of Moammar Gadhaffi. Until now, NATO has succeeded in large part because ordinary citizens around the world have no access to direct intelligence on which to base their own opinions. Here's video documentation of War Crimes-- and it's not Gadhaffi's soldiers who are to blame.
Saturday, June 4, 2011(17 comments)
WARNING: THIS MESSAGE CONTAINS DEMOCRACY
The Patriot Act is more dangerous to America's way of life than any foreign enemy. See how similar the Patriot Act is to the legal frameworks put in place by Hitler and Stalin to set a course for fascism.
Thursday, May 26, 2011(28 comments)
The Patriot Act: When Truth Becomes Treason
Why did advance warnings about 9/11 and the Iraqi Peace option never come out in the public debate? Blame the Patriot Act, a perfect weapon to attack whistleblowers, dissidents and dissent. It's worse than you might imagine says Susan Lindauer, the second non-Arab American indicted under the Act, who sat in the defendant's chair. Lindauer explains what it means when Constitutional protections are stripped from the Courts.
Oil War: Putting Out Fire with Gasoline in Libya
War doesn't work, does it? Best case scenario, NATO's war against Libya will run 18 to 24 months unless decisive action is taken right now--this day--to end the military confrontation.
It doesn't have to go that way. Think Peace.
LOCKERBIE DIARY: GADHAFFI, FALL GUY FOR CIA DRUG RUNNING
Former Asset, Susan Lindauer explains the CIA's involvement in heroin trafficking in Lebanon during the 1980s hostage crisis, and how efforts to block a federal investigation resulted in the bombing of Pan Am 103, otherwise known as the Lockerbie bombing.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011(7 comments)
Tea Party Crashes: The Most Unpatriotic Act
Tea Party abandons pledge to support liberty, with vote to extend the Patriot Act. 9/11 Whistleblower, Susan Lindauer, examines Patriot Act from the defendant's chair, with the unique perspective of a former defendant fighting that law.